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Rani Mukerji’s father Ram Mukherjee upheld divided during his chateau on Oct 22, 2017. While we saw everybody from a Bachchans to Kapoors and Khans progressing entrance to compensate tributes to a filmmaker, we got to see some some-more stars during a request accommodate or ‘shraddh’ organized by Rani in memory of her late father. The request rite for Ram Mukherjee took place during a ISKCON church in Juhu. What came as a warn was that Rani’s father and Yash Raj Films firm Aditya Chopra done a singular coming in public. The couple’s daughter Adira Chopra was also captured.
Baby Adira, like her parents, is a obtuse seen star child and hence, when she came out in open, a small one grabbed all a attention. Others from Bollywood who came over were Rani’s cousin and actor Kajol, Anil Kapoor along with daughter Sonam Kapoor, filmmakers Farah Khan and Ashutosh Gowariker, among others.
Rani’s father Ram Mukherjee was a eminent filmmaker and screenwriter. There was a call of unhappiness in a whole film companionship on his passing who gave Bollywood cinema like Hum Hindustani and Leader. Earlier, when a family had organized a request accommodate for him 3 days after his death, we saw Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Ranveer Singh, Riteish Deshmukh, Kareena Kapoor and others by Rani’s side.
See a latest photos of Rani Mukerji, father Aditya Chopra and daughter Adira Chopra as they attended father Ram Mukherjee’s request meet:
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Rani enthralled her father’s remains during a Sangam in Allahabad and was accompanied by her father Aditya Chopra, hermit Raja Mukherjee and other family members. Rani’s father Ram Mukherjee upheld divided due to blood vigour complications.